SANTA ROSA CONSULTING ACHIEVES RECOGNITION FROM MODERN HEALTHCARE AS ONE OF THE TOP 100 BEST PLACES TO WORK FOR THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
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Santa Rosa Consulting is pleased to announce recognition, for the fifth consecutive year, as one of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare. The alphabetical listing of the Top 100 healthcare companies and organizations was published on July 11. Specific rankings will be announced at Modern Healthcare’s awards gala, hosted in New Orleans, on October 6.

“We are extremely pleased to have achieved this recognition, based upon survey input from our own associates, for the fifth consecutive year. The healthcare industry has undergone rapid changes in the recent years with a momentum that will not slow down in the coming years,” states Laura O’Toole, executive vice president and chief people officer of Santa Rosa. “Our consistent rankings as one of the best places to work in healthcare validates our company culture and infrastructure as reliable and adaptable for the evolving industry. We appreciate this feedback from our associates, as it also validates that we continue to create a positive work experience.”

Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare recognizes in the healthcare industry on a national level outstanding employers like Santa Rosa, who nurture and sustain the very best working environments and growth opportunities for their associates. Employers are ranked based on analysis of business practices and detailed employee survey on core areas of Leadership and Training, Culture and Communications, Role Satisfaction, Working Environment, Relationship with Supervisor, Training and Development, Pay and Benefits and Overall Satisfaction.

“At Santa Rosa, quality is the primary determinant in every decision made for our associates as well as for our clients; from electing competitive benefits packages for our associates, to promoting a quality of work/life balance, to careful consideration of every associate and client pairing,” adds Laura O’Toole. “By creating a company culture that promotes transparency, we’re able to consistently improve and adapt to our associates’ and our clients’ needs. We recognize that to continue to recruit top talent and as a result, deliver quality work for our clients, we had to create and sustain an environment where our associates are engaged in their work, satisfied in their compensation, and appropriately recognized for their individual value and talents.”

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